Reversal of ophthalmic artery flow as a predictor of intracranial hemodynamic compromise: implication for prognosis of severe carotid stenosis.

@article{Tsai2013ReversalOO,
  title={Reversal of ophthalmic artery flow as a predictor of intracranial hemodynamic compromise: implication for prognosis of severe carotid stenosis.},
  author={C P Tsai and J Lee and C-A Cheng and Mu-tai Liu and C. T. A. Chen and H Hu and G-S Peng},
  journal={European journal of neurology},
  year={2013},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={564-70}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE High-grade cervical carotid stenosis (70-99%) or occlusion often accompanies reversed ophthalmic artery flow (ROAF), but its potential clinical significances remain poor understood. This study assessed ROAF and the related variables caused by carotid hemodynamic compromise in patients with unilateral severe cervical carotid stenosis. METHODS The study consisted of 200 patients diagnosed as unilateral high-grade cervical carotid stenosis/occlusion using ultrasonography… CONTINUE READING
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